Home
Pros
Forum
  • About
  • Register
  • Contact
InboxSent
MembersPros
WatchingStarredHistory
braveheart
162 Posts
braveheart
162 Posts
Bronze Member

Follow
162PostsMost Active Topics

braveheart

Joined 14 October 2006
Bronze Member
8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
We finally moved in, photos

Dollar, window/door frames are natural anodised.

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
We finally moved in, photos

Thanks bluesteel, dollar & Hels. Bluesteel, the splashback colour is a dulux prairie dust on starfire glass - it changes a lot with light (initially I was not sure…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
We finally moved in, photos

Thanks Mrs B and Donuts, we moved in over three months ago. We had to do a lot of things ourselves, we still have a few things for the…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
We finally moved in, photos

Thanks everyone for your encouraging comments. Had a long day at Bunnings trying to workout the material for the decking. Will try and find time to take photos of…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
We finally moved in, photos

We finally moved in a few months ago after a long struggle to finish the house. We still have the lower decking to do, which we are just about…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Does Merbau decking require sanding?

We have just completed our decking to entrance area and are wondering whether to give it a light sand prior to oiling. What type of finish have other homeone…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Merbau boards 90mm or 140mm?

Thanks everybody for your comments. Dukekamaya, is the 140 x 25 mm Merbau more expensive than 140 x 19mm?

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Merbau boards 90mm or 140mm?

We are about to start building our decking (approx. 10 x 4 m) and are wondering what Merbau boards look better (aesthetically) - 90mm or 140mm??
Any suggestions/opinions will…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Our Tribeca 40:do you think our render color looks okay?

I like it, it is a lovely feature colour that stands out nicely and complements the bricks and the roof without being over the top. I can definately see…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Blinds -stuck with wrong colour but already painted walls

JilaMint,
Where did you get the idea of spray painting blinds? Considering the nature of the blinds rolling up and down does the paint potentially crack or peel with…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Dishwasher review - Pros & Cons ??

We bought an Asko and it is fantastic - dishes come out sparkling clean. We had a Westinghouse in our old house and it was useless and therefore never…

8 years8 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Our Tribeca 40-painting almost finished

That is a neat and clean job jspitz, it looks fantastic. You must be so excited and looking forward to handover!

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Does "pepperdust" match "frosty white" or "designer white"?

jspitz
I think designer white with pepperdust would provide a good contrast, but frosty white would blend nicely with pepperdust.

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Anyone building with Ashford?

We had handover three months ago but the house was incomplete, and even though we expressed our reluctance to make the final payment, the Site Supervisor was persistent in convincing…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
What colour do you think this is?

Hi
Please help with splashback querry.
Does anyone know what type of glass PD used for Dulux Arava splashback in Iloura display home at Lyndhurst (is it starfire or tinged glass?). …

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Colour or beige?

Hi Loulabelle,
I like your colour selections. I used Ebony Macassar on my kitchen island back panel with ceasarstone Nougat benchtop. I am going to have Dulux Arava on…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Laminex help for ICK!!!

I think it is Amari Oak.

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Balustrade on stairs in - photos

Hi gettingthere,
Sorry for the delay in answering your question - I have had no access to the computer for a while. The stairs were installed as part of the…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
What do i do - homeless in 5 weeks frombuilder incompetence

Chmaiden, this same builder promised us that they would finish our house before x-mas, then come x-mas we were told end of January, and they ended up handing over the…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
What do i do - homeless in 5 weeks frombuilder incompetence

Hi chmaiden, it is a shame that the builder has put you and your family under this stressful situation. We totally understand part of your predicament because we have…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Can a post contract variation be disputed by the builder?

jspitz, how dare they install the small window after all that negotiation. My advice is to get it rectified asap i.e before bricking otherwise it will be too…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
I have a benchtop...woopy doo!

SuH, love your kitchen. Your benchtop looks like our Ceasarstone Nougat benchtop which I absoluely love.

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Which colour should I go with? Photos attached!

Hi FND
I was told the dark woodgrain scratch easily and that it will only take a matter of weeks if it is in an area that is used regularly. …

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Opinions on carpet colour - with pic

We have been looking for carpet for our new house as well and I have found that nearly all chocolate carpet samples get a charcoal/black look despite the fact…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Which colour should I go with? Photos attached!

Option B looks good but option A is more practical. We were going to have dark woodgrain laminate benchtop for our benchtops but our cabinetmaker (who is a contractor…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Tiling in the toilet - how far would you go

I think it is abit harsh to say that the toilet looks like a "public toilet". We have 300 x 600 floor to ceiling tiles in our powder…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Please help 2 pac sprayers S.E Melbourne

Thanks Strumer and Minx.
Strumer: we were told our overhead cupboards are made of MDF not colourboard. We have contacted two 2 pac sprayers who said they can sand back…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Anyone building with Ashford Homes

Visited the site today, a lot has been done, our back glass balustrade has been installed and it looks a million dollars, our front balcony is also been done, electrical…

9 years9 yearsbraveheartbraveheart posted:
Please help 2 pac sprayers S.E Melbourne

We would like to have our laminex overhead cupboard and microvawe tower sprayed 2 pac. Anyone know or come accross any good 2 pac Sprayer in S.E Melbourne?

About

Occupation

Technician

Interests

Music

Most Active Topics

More
Joined homeone
14 October 2006

Australia's largest home building and
renovation community
Homeone
About

Terms
Privacy

Follow homeone on FacebookFollow homeone on TwitterFollow homeone on Google+
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2017